In UK, bill could restrict Christian content in media – Universal.org – Universal Church of God Official Portal

In UK, bill could restrict Christian content in media – Universal.org – Universal Church of God Official Portal

The content of the programs will be determined by the government and will be limited to themes that reflect the country’s cultural interests and traditions.

In the United Kingdom, a media bill published by the government at the end of March imposes limits on transmissions from TV networks deemed to be in the “public service”. The content of the programs will be determined by the government, and will be limited to themes that reflect the cultural interests and traditions of the country. Especially Christian content can be significantly limited.

Understand:

  • The Media Bill is the result “Next White Paper: Government’s Vision for the Broadcasting Sector”It secures compliance with laws that meet the interests of the largest possible number of members of the public.
  • Public service broadcasters, which previously offered a variety of programs including topics such as education, sports, social issues and religion, will have to replace it with other content established by the bill.

Why it matters:

The decision of the British government believes that the transmitted content should be used to better understand the people in the discussion of social issues and to better understand the news and various issues in the country and around the world. However, there is no guarantee that Christian and ethical content will be preserved.

The aim is to ensure that this British content is protected worldwide for its values.

What they say:

Critics see this as a sign of the intensifying difficulty facing radio and television broadcasters. Additionally, they seek to define who is responsible for evaluation to ensure that the public receives the content they want and deserve.

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Global Question:

Such small “innocuous” actions, in addition to paving the way for a government-subordinated society, increase the likelihood of a single government being implemented. The UK has even recently floated the idea at one of the G20 meetings, a grouping made up of the EU’s biggest economies.

According to: Former UK Prime Minister calls for world government

In addition to protecting their values ​​globally, the creation of a government is justified by world leaders as a union of all to deal with crises, diseases, economic and social problems. However, God’s Word warns of the direction of this path, the arrival of the Antichrist who will dominate the earth at the end of days:

“He was given authority over all families and tongues and nations” (Revelation 13:7).

“The movement prevailing in the world today is that the world should become one, that the nations should all be subordinated to one international power. So, it will no longer be a country’s problem, but a country’s problem will be everyone’s problem,” he explains. Bishop Renato Cardoso.

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